Law enforcement officials are sometimes tasked with having to rescue individuals, and sometimes animals, in a wide range of situations.
This previous Friday, although, two RCMP officers in Clinton have been concerned in a probable once-in-a-lifetime incident: Releasing a big hawk trapped behind the grille of a full-sized pick-up truck.
In response to police, a motorist pulled into the Clinton detachment, urgently asking for assist.
The feminine driver had been travelling north on Freeway 97, simply south of Clinton, when she stated a big chook instantly emerged from the ditch and took flight into the entrance of her truck.
“Someway, the large hawk managed to get trapped in behind the entrance grille of the lady’s Toyota Tundra,” stated RCMP Cpl. Jesse O’Donaghey.
“The now-stressed-out bird-of-prey was unable to flee and the motorist attended the native RCMP detachment for help.”
O’Donaghey stated the second Kamloops RCMP Sgt. Brandon Buliziuk and Clinton detachment commander Const. Marika Masters loosened the entrance grille, the hawk took flight.
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The incident was captured on video.
“The law enforcement officials had a blanket on standby and have been ready to offer care to the chook had it been injured and unable to fly away because of this,” stated O’Donaghey.
The hawk, nonetheless, didn’t seem like injured, because it rapidly gained altitude and flew away.
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